Google Health is launching a free app that uses AI trained on more than 16,000 clinical dermatology cases and can identify hundreds of skin conditions, including cancers, with accuracy comparable to that of board-certified dermatologists in the U.S.
AI is poised to help settle an argument that’s been roiling academic psychiatry for more than a century: Are bipolar disorder and schizophrenia two distinct diagnoses—or points along a single continuum?
Deep neural networks are capable of tying oncological findings from genetic testing with those from medical imaging and biopsy analysis to not only validate previously discovered connections among and between the three fields but also uncover new ones.
The FDA has approved an AI tool for speeding thyroid sonography workflows while, across the Atlantic, the European Union has OK’d an AI-based ultrasound device that guides nerve blocking as a form of local anesthesia
A major collegiate athletic conference is teaming with a top-tier academic healthcare system and a popular fitness technology company to study the utility of wearables for preventing or monitoring infectious diseases in student-athletes.